N.M. students recognized for innovative drought solution

04/16/2013 | Las Cruces Sun-News (N.M.)

A group of high-school students in New Mexico received national recognition after developing a rooftop rainwater collection system for the Samsung "Solve for Tomorrow" contest. "In the classroom you always hear, 'When are we going to need this?'" math and engineering teacher Doug Lutz said. "Everything just kind of comes together, what everybody tries to do in the classroom, with a project like this."

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